Posts Tagged ‘Scythe’

Scythe has really been pumping out the new products. At the time of this writing, they were up to eighteen products for the year. Today we are looking at the Kama Panel 3.1. This is a clever 5.25-inch front panel that allows you to move your controls from the top of a case to the front. And it expands your computer’s versatility while it does so.

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The name “Kaze Master” means “Wind Master.” The Scythe Kaze Master Flat II is a 5.25” bay device that you put in the front of your case. The Kaze Master Flat II allows you to monitor four temps in Centigrade or Fahrenheit and individually control the speeds of four fans. The Kaze Master Flat II shows you the speed of each fan in RPM. Is it the right controller for you?

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With USB 3.0 becoming more and more prevalent in today’s world, isn’t it time you bought something that could use all that high speed you have available? If you own a DSLR it’s your lucky day because today we’re testing high speed CF cards and readers.

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This cooler is the fourth iteration of the Katana series, featuring a compact size and a completely redesigned heatsink and fin structure from its predecessors. The Katana 4 is aimed squarely at those looking for an inexpensive way to improve CPU temperatures over the stock cooling options.

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Almost every enthusiast’s PC has a high end graphics card and a powerful CPU. Some of the more hardcore even overclock both their CPU and GPU’s to squeeze even more performance out of their box. In trying to do that chances are you create a lot of heat which needs removed out of your case by fans. Today Scythe has given us a chance to look at their new Kaze Master Flat fan controller. Let’s see what this one brings to the table.

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Scythe, known for their cooling products and accessories such as heatsinks, fans, and fan controllers, has recently added a new fan controller to their products. The fan controller featured today is the Kaze Master II, the successor to the original Kaze Master.

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What if you want to control the speed of your high-speed Gentle Typhoon fan? Maybe you’re tired of it going full-blast all the time. It is quite noisy after all… What to do? You could buy an expensive fan controller, but there is a better way. Actually, there are a couple of better ways, and they involve a hidden capability of your high-speed Gentle Typhoon’s PCB.

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Today we will be reviewing the Scythe Kaze Server Fan controller. I purchased this unit from newegg.com because of it’s simple design, temperature monitoring ability and affordable price ($41.99). I previously owned the Scythe Kazemaster fan controller before my power supply burned out in a spectacular, smokey fashion and took out two fan channels and two temperature channels in it. Up until that point, it had given 2 years of solid performance with nary a temperature probe going south.

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My HTPC was just too darned LOUD for me to enjoy the system, so I decided to look around for ways to quiet it down some…I found the Scythe Musashi.

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